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Dingle Peninsula in Ireland has stunning landscapes and seascapes similar to celebrated ones in the nearby Ring of Kerry, but it is significantly less touristy, populated, and developed. It is also truer to its heritage. For example, the Irish language (Gaelic) is still spoken in most areas.
Top man-made Dingle
Peninsula attractions include
This small, 1200-year-old stone church is shaped like an inverted ship.
It illustrates the historical, linguistic, and cultural heritage of the nearby Basklet Islands, which were abandoned in 1953 due to livelihood hardship.
Dingle Peninsula is dotted with them, including beehive-shaped stone huts.
Climb Mount Bradon or drive through Connor's Pass for sweeping, distant vistas.
There are 500,000 sheep and 10,000 human residents. That's a ratio of 50 to 1.
Location in Ireland